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    for anyone having ram stability issues follow this video from amd, it will give you the do's and do not's of ram and ryzen voltages and settings, my cpu now boots and runs as if i just bought a new pc, hope this helps.one of the major settings is ohms in ddr4 timings, setting it to between 40-60 and not to exceed 80 period, will make a huge impact on stability and response time. this is the best video i have come across.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZgpHTaQ10k
    ryzen 7 1800x@ 4ghz, 32gb corsair lpx 8gbx4,asus crossair iv x370 hero

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Syaoran PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)MSI GP62 7RD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Culley40 View Post
    for anyone having ram stability issues follow this video from amd, it will give you the do's and do not's of ram and ryzen voltages and settings, my cpu now boots and runs as if i just bought a new pc, hope this helps.one of the major settings is ohms in ddr4 timings, setting it to between 40-60 and not to exceed 80 period, will make a huge impact on stability and response time. this is the best video i have come across.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZgpHTaQ10k
    I have seen that video a few times and there is one noteworthy thing to realize from it. MSI motherboards!
    Syaoran

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    it doesn't matter that it's msi, it applies to all ryzen motherboards.msi is completely irrelevant.we actually have more settings than msi does.
    ryzen 7 1800x@ 4ghz, 32gb corsair lpx 8gbx4,asus crossair iv x370 hero

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    Laptop (Model)MSI GP62 7RD
    MotherboardGigabyte Aorus X470 Gaming 7 WiFi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Culley40 View Post
    it doesn't matter that it's msi, it applies to all ryzen motherboards.msi is completely irrelevant.we actually have more settings than msi does.
    Sure it does, because their boards seem to have a lot less issues and have had most of their issues resolved while we are still stuck with a less than acceptable experience and support. More settings don't mean squat when those settings don't actually help improve the stability of the motherboard! Just because a motherboard shares the same chipset with another doesn't make them the same, especially across manufactures. Then again, the opposite can also apply when you look at the Crosshair VI Hero, Crosshair VI Hero AC, and a little more loosely, the Crosshair VI Extreme. The video may apply to all Ryzen motherboards but you can't expect the same experience from a product by a different manufacture when they chose to use MSI for the video. That video is also from April, which makes it a few months prior to AGESA 1.0.0.6.
    Last edited by Syaoran; 09-21-2017 at 12:32 PM.
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    ROG Enthusiast Array Culley40 PC Specs
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    well regardless changing the ohms to 53 on my board changed the response time alot for me, that video applies to all boards
    ryzen 7 1800x@ 4ghz, 32gb corsair lpx 8gbx4,asus crossair iv x370 hero

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Culley40 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by looncraz View Post
    Your problem is low quality memory. Simple as that. The Hynix memory, even on Intel, has more trouble clocking high than the Samsung memory.

    Ryzen's DDR4 IMC is decent (good, really, considering it was the first attempt at a high performance DDR4 controller), but not as great as Intel's second generation high performance DDR4 IMC.

    Welcome to the world of first generation hardware!
    dram is safe up to 1.5v so i am not concerned about it now, i also own 32gb of corsair dominator platinum i paid 400.00 for, i would not call that low quality memory.
    ryzen 7 1800x@ 4ghz, 32gb corsair lpx 8gbx4,asus crossair iv x370 hero

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Clouseau PC Specs
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    ...I am throwing in the towel, and buying another motherboard. After updating to BIOS 1.9, it will not boot anymore beyond 2133mhz. I ended up having to remove the battery to even be able to boot. It is stuck now at 2133mhz on BIOS 1.8 and BIOS 1.9. I am buying another motherboard today...


    As can be seen, not everyone has a good experience with MSI boards either. At this point, am willing to say that 1006B is a bust. Provided 1062 even provided 1006B. MSI Board in question is the X370 Gaming Pro Carbon.
    Last edited by Clouseau; 09-21-2017 at 08:25 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Syaoran PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clouseau View Post

    As can be seen, not everyone has a good experience with MSI boards either. At this point, am willing to say that 1006B is a bust. Provided 1062 even provided 1006B. MSI Board in question is the X370 Gaming Pro Carbon.
    That would definitely annoy me also, but I don't even know what RAM they were using. Does the MSI board have the issue where boot up NumLock On doesn't work? I can honestly say that is one issue that annoys me because it should be one of the simpler fixes that Asus has yet to address!
    Syaoran

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Clouseau PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syaoran View Post
    That would definitely annoy me also, but I don't even know what RAM they were using. Does the MSI board have the issue where boot up NumLock On doesn't work? I can honestly say that is one issue that annoys me because it should be one of the simpler fixes that Asus has yet to address!
    Looks like all things settled down for the guy. He reflashed the 1.9 bios and all is well. At least for him. RAM was Corsair Vengeance (b-die) 3466.

    The bootup numlock on has worked for me since day 1. It might be an issue with the keyboard. Think this board is definitely very picky on the hardware/peripherals connected to it. All I did was change out an optical drive for one on the qvl and now the board posts and boots to desktop quicker. My last ASUS board turned out to be really picky on the psu used. Once I found one it liked, all was golden except for the numlock at boot; using the same keyboard with this setup. Must have lucked out this time; dumb luck.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Syaoran PC Specs
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    MotherboardGigabyte Aorus X470 Gaming 7 WiFi
    ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 1700X @ 3.8GHz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clouseau View Post
    Looks like all things settled down for the guy. He reflashed the 1.9 bios and all is well. At least for him. RAM was Corsair Vengeance (b-die) 3466.

    The bootup numlock on has worked for me since day 1. It might be an issue with the keyboard. Think this board is definitely very picky on the hardware/peripherals connected to it. All I did was change out an optical drive for one on the qvl and now the board posts and boots to desktop quicker. My last ASUS board turned out to be really picky on the psu used. Once I found one it liked, all was golden except for the numlock at boot; using the same keyboard with this setup. Must have lucked out this time; dumb luck.
    I have found that with each BIOS, my system boots slower. From 1501 forward, my system now takes over a minute to boot into Windows, which is ridiculous! Rolling back doesn't seem to change this at all. The M.2 drive is only a couple of months old and all seems fine with it. The 3 Seagate hard disks all seem to be operating fine as well and barely 2 years old. All of the cables in the system along with the 1,200 watt power supply were brand new when I put it all together. I have no optical drives at all installed.

    My Razer Anansi must be one this board doesn't like then. If I plug the keyboard into the second USB 3 port from the left on the top row of USB ports, the board won't even POST for me but it's perfectly fine with my Razer Naga plugged into that same USB port. With each new BIOS, my system has gotten more unstable and required more voltage to keep my RAM working at 3.200MHz because anything higher anymore won't even make it to loading Windows at best. The NumLock not booting enabled is just one more small annoyance that gets old, especially when trying to stabilize the system. I really wanted to hold out until some newer boards with PCE Express 4.0 came out but I am beyond fed up at this point! I didn't even plan on running a separate sound card in this build but misleading audio branding keeps adding to the reasons get something better sooner than later.
    Syaoran

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